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Boris Johnson says it would be hard for the UK to refuse help but Jeremy Corbyn says he would ask the UN to step in.
Medics failed to resuscitate Alice Gibson-Watt quickly enough after a cardiac arrest, an inquest rules.
The prime minister says the German chancellor's stance shows why her party needs to win the election.
With questions over whether the Blue Whale challenge exists, and no confirmed link to reported deaths, how concerned should you be?
UK sandwich chain Pret A Manger has said that coconut is driving its sales forward - so we went out to conduct a "taste test" to see what flavours get you licking your lips.
Almost all universities in England can increase fees each year up to 2020, in a last minute deal to push through legislation.
Anthony Joshua calls on Wladimir Klitschko to "stand up to the power" after he is branded just "a puncher" in the run up to their heavyweight bout.
Andy Murray is through to the quarter-finals of the Barcelona Open after a 6-4 6-4 victory over Spain's Feliciano Lopez.
The WTA is "sending out the wrong message to kids" by allowing Maria Sharapova to resume her playing career, says 2014 Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard.
Rachel Johnson reportedly had talks about standing as an election candidate for the anti-Brexit party.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says he will stand at the general election without specifying in which seat.
The Tories crammed 16 mentions of their election slogan into Prime Minister's Questions - does the tactic work?
The FA says Joey Barton's 18-month suspension from all football activities is "the shortest possible" ban it could have imposed.
The trial heard Elizabeth Hart-Browne cried "I have just killed the man I love" after stabbing Stephen Rayner.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes will not impose team orders as a matter of course, but are aware they may be necessary this year.
The death of Simon the giant rabbit has inspired people to share their experiences of pets on planes.
Mauda Kyitaragabirwe was abandoned on Uganda's 'Punishment Island' for getting pregnant out of wedlock. The BBC's Patience Atuhaire went to meet her.
There's a shortage of women in the Faroe Islands. So men are increasingly seeking wives from Thailand and the Philippines.
Trump's election was a celebration for some, a calamity for others. What's the state of the nation now?
Ethnographer and photographer Laura de Reynal has been documenting the work of organisations, such as Mozilla and One Laptop per Child who are helping communities to get online for the first time.
Gay couples can't get married under Australian law, but hundreds of gay weddings have taken place since 2014 using British law, with the help of the British High Commission.
In this Viewsnight, writer and activist George Monbiot argues we need a new system for funding politics.
Where do the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems have to fight hardest to win the general election?
Government figures show it is young people dominating registrations ahead of the election on 8 June.